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Blue Lagoon

240 Grindavik, Grindavik

The Basics

A soak in the famous Blue Lagoon is a must for visitors to Reykjavik. Booking ahead is required, and there are several options and extras to choose from, including towels, bathrobes, spa treatments, and special face masks. On-site facilities include a hotel, restaurant, café, bar, and spa shop.

Tours are the easiest and most convenient way to experience the lagoon complex, as most include hotel pickup and round-trip transport from Reykjavik. Some even combine a Blue Lagoon visit with other activities such as a city sightseeing tour, a Golden Circle tour, or a whale-watching cruise.

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Golden Circle, Kerid Volcanic Crater, and Blue Lagoon Day Trip from Reykjavik
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Golden Circle, Kerid Volcanic Crater, and Blue Lagoon Day Trip from Reykjavik
US$ 129.00 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Great tour!
The perfect way to discover Iceland if you only have 1 or 2 days. Our guide, Thor, was super knowledgeable and friendly.
Bertha_R, Jun 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in Reykjavik

star-5
All around excellent
Jane_M, Jun 2022
Golden Circle, Blue Lagoon Including Admission & Kerid Volcanic Crater
The tour bus operator was punctual, kind, and shared a wealth of interesting cultural and historical information about Iceland and the Icelandic people. The shuttle itself was very clean and comfortable. To end at the Blue Lagoon was a high note.
star-4
Remember the weather in Iceland..
Mette_P, Mar 2022
Golden Circle, Kerid Volcanic Crater, and Blue Lagoon Day Trip from Reykjavik
A windy and rainy day, with a lot of sightseeing. Beautiful waterfall and speciel to see the Kerid crater. Wouldn’t have missed the crater. The Blue lagoon were stormy and rainy, but okay. The bus isn’t made for wet clothes and people who is 1.92 cm High. Because off the Wind it felt a bit scary driving around…. As if timetable were more important, than safety…
star-5
Incredible
AMIT_K, Jun 2022
Golden Circle, Blue Lagoon Including Admission & Kerid Volcanic Crater
Blue lagoon experience was incredible, overall the trip was very satisfying, nice travels were very kind and they offered pick up and drop even on the outskirts, tour guide was very knowledgeable and kept everyone engaged.
star-5
Transport makes Blue Lagoon easy!
Eden_F, Jun 2022
Blue Lagoon Admission Including Transfer
We were picked up from our hotel in a minibus, and then dropped at a bus depo where a large coach takes you to Blue Lagoon. The lagoon itself was fantastic, with a free face mask and drink of choice (raspberry slushies for us!). Water is very warm, a brilliant contrast to the cool air, and you don't need to worry if its raining, it adds to the fun! We had 3 hours there before being returned to our hotel, and found that was the perfect amount of time to spend at the Blue Lagoon!
star-4
Relaxing Morning at Blue Lagoon
Carmen_A, Jun 2022
Blue Lagoon with transfer
A reinvigorating morning spent relaxing at Blue Lagoon. The Premium package was well worth the added items (robe, three masks and a beverage). I highly recommend this. The transfers to and from were also quite convenient. Allot an additional 45-60 minutes to and from.
star-5
Highly recommended!
Patti_B, Jun 2022
Golden Circle, Blue Lagoon Including Admission & Kerid Volcanic Crater
The golden circle tour with the Dormant volcano crater "Kerid" and Blue Lagoon was super👏 The Geysers blew for us too! Awesome tour guide Brian was full of historic knowledge with side trips included small horses.
star-5
Loved the Blue Lagoon!
Ronald_D, Jun 2022
Blue Lagoon Admission Including Transfer
Loved loved loved the Blue Lagoon!! Easy pickup from and back to Reykjavik! Everyone traveling to Iceland must visit the Blue Lagoon!
star-5
Except tour experience
Lou_V, Jun 2022
Golden Circle, Blue Lagoon Including Admission & Kerid Volcanic Crater
We were very pleased with this trip. The driver was very knowledgeable and we saw Pinvillar Geysir, Gullfoss, Keri’s Crater, and the Blue Lagoon
star-5
Great one day highlights tour
MichelleM, Jun 2022
Golden Circle, Volcano Crater & Blue Lagoon Small Group Tour
Howser was fantastic and shared so much information about Iceland. Great views and stops. Easy way to see the main spots ans also enjoy down time at the Blue lagoon
star-5
We loved it all but...
NormaJean_B, Jun 2022
Golden Circle, Kerid Volcanic Crater, and Blue Lagoon Day Trip from Reykjavik
We loved it all but especially the geyser, waterfalls and the Blue Lagoon. We thought our guide was wonderful and very helpful.
star-5
Highly recommended Nice Travel
Kim_P, Jun 2022
Golden Circle, Blue Lagoon Including Admission & Kerid Volcanic Crater
Athor was an excellent guide and driver, injecting loads of personality and joy into his job. We felt like we were his only ever tourists. The itinerary is very manageable with decent amount at each stop, it didn't feel rushed. Absolutely LOVED the Blue Lagoon visit for 2 hours at the end of the day. You cannot come to Iceland without a soak in their world famous pools.
star-5
Awesome excursion!
Mary_K, May 2022
Blue Lagoon Ticket with Optional Transportation
The lagoon water was so warm and wonderful. The Blue Lagoon company is very organized and everything was clearly marked. The masks were wonderful for my face. Don’t leave Reykjavik without going.
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Blue Lagoon can get very busy, so be prepared to wait in line to get in; book an organized tour if you want to skip the line.

  • Bring a swimsuit, towel, and flip-flops, or rent them on arrival; lockers are provided to store your belongings.

  • The Blue Lagoon is fully wheelchair accessible, with shallow areas and steps available for children and non-swimmers.

  • Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the site.

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How to Get There

The Blue Lagoon is 29 miles (47 kilometers) southwest of Reykjavik, along the Reykjanes Peninsula. It's about 50 minutes by road; the public bus takes a bit longer. Many visitors choose to visit en route to or from Keflavik Airport, 14 miles (23 kilometers) north of the Blue Lagoon, or a 20-minute drive.

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When to Get There

The Blue Lagoon is open year-round, and the busiest times are from May to September. To avoid the biggest crowds and highest prices, visit outside the peak months of July and August. If you do go in summer, arrive in the early morning, late afternoon, or evening for a somewhat quieter experience.

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The Healing Powers of the Blue Lagoon

The geothermal waters of the Blue Lagoon are typically heated to between 98°F and 104°F (37°C and 40°C), and are famous for their high levels of silica, algae, and minerals, which explain the lagoon's cloudy blue appearance. The mineral-rich waters have long been reputed for their healing properties and are reported to help skin conditions including psoriasis and eczema. If you'd like to do more than soak, there is also a sauna, steam room, man-made waterfall, silica mud masks, and in-water massages.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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